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Sky Bouquet, Shami

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Dogasu's Backpack | Movies & Specials Guide | DP Movie 02

Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl
Movie #2
Giratina and the Sky Bouquet, Shami
ギラティナと氷空の花束 シェイミ

(Giratina and the Sky Bouquet, Shami)

"Girtaina and the Sky Warrior"

Click on the posters to view the full-sized version.

Main Film Basic Synopsis

On the other side of the world, there exists another mysterious, mirror-like dimension known as the Reverse World.  In this unique space lives the legendary pokemon Giratina, a fierce pokemon who soon finds itself in a great struggle with the legendary Dialga!  Why are these two pokemon fighting?  And what is the secret of this Reverse World?

Meanwhile, Satoshi and his friends are traveling when they are greeted by yet another legendary pokemon, Shami.  This cute and somewhat cheeky pokemon holds the secret to the battle between the two pokemon, but something unexpected happens to it during its journey.  In order to save both worlds, Satoshi joins forces with it to stop the fighting once and for all!


For the second Diamond & Pearl film, director Yuyama Kunihiko went location hunting in Copenhagen, Denmark and the cities of Bergen, Voss, and Flåm in Norway.

Fans who bought an advanced ticket to the movie (sold between April 19th and July 18th, 2008) received a Level 100 Regigigas for the Diamond or Pearl game. 

Release/General Information

Japanese Premiere Date July 19th, 2008
Japanese Availability DVD (Japanese, main feature)
Domestic Premiere Date February 13th, 2009 (Cartoon Network airing)
March 31st, 2009 (DVD)
Domestic Availability DVD (English Dubbed, Edited:  main feature)
Closing Theme One
Performed by Crystal Kay
2008 Theatrical Edition Illustration Contest Theme このゆびとまれ
(Follow Me)
Performed by Akiyoshi Fumie

Main Staff
Original Story Tajiri Satoshi 
Production Company Shogakukan Production 
Animation Production Company OLM
Ishihara Tsunekazu
Animation Supervisor
Kotabe Youichi
Executive Producer
Kubo Masakazu, Itou Kenjirou
Director Yuyama Kunihiko
Screenplay Writer
Sonoda Hideki
Yuyama Kunihiko
Character Design
Mouri Kazuaki, Yamada Toshiya
Music Producer
Mima Masafumi
Miyazaki Shinji

Principal Cast

Satoshi Rika Matsumoto Sarah Natochenny
Pikachu Ohtani Ikue Ohtani Ikue
Takeshi Ueda Yuuji Bill Rogers
Hikari Toyoguchi Megumi ???
Kozakura Etsuko
Musashi Hayashibara Megumi Michelle Knotz
Kojirou Miki Shin'ichirou Billy Beach
Nyasu Inuyama Inuko Billy Beach
Yamazaki Vanilla
(b. Yamazaki Masami)
Hikari's Eteboth
Satou Chie ???
Hikari's Mimirol
Kawakami Tomoko ???
Takeshi's Usokki
Sakaguchi Daisuke ???
Takeshi's Pinpuku
Itou Miyako ???
Satoshi's Buoysel
Furushima Kiyotaka Furushima Kiyotaka
Yamaguchi Yuriko
Delivery Man
Miyake Kenta
Nishina Youhei
Densaka Tsutomu
Souma Yukito
Souma Yukito
Sasaki Hinako
Teratani Mika
Makiguchi Mayuki
Narration Ishizuka Unshou
Yamadera Kou'ichi

Special Guests

Zero Nakamura Shidou the 2nd
(b. Ogawa Mikihiro)
Infi Nakagawa Shouko ???
Leila Minami Akina ???
Jibacoil Golgo Matsumoto (TIM)
(b. Matsumoto Masahiko)
Moose Red Yoshida (TIM)
(b. Yoshida Naganori)
Lucky Crystal Kay ???

Japanese Box Office Performance

The film opened at number two with ticket sales reaching 1,018,767,450 yen.  It lost the number one slot to Miyazaki Hayao's Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, a movie that managed to make 1,575,000,000 yen.

Overall, Theatrical Edition Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl - Giratina and the Sky Bouquet, Shami grossed 4.67 billion yen domestically.

Pokeani (Pocket Monsters opening weekend figures)
Yomiuri Online (Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea's opening weekend figures) (2008 overall figures)

Further Information

(DP Movie 02)

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